Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

It is Dublin’s lung, its beating heart; its most treasured space. Each year, Dubliners spend millions of hours inside its walls. It is the Phoenix Par(...)

The design for the bridge at the National War Memorial Gardens at Islandbridge in Dublin. It will be lined with stainless steel reed-like balustrades, while the surface will be imprinted with representations of soldiers’ boots

A design by the architect of the Millennium Spire on Dublin’s O’Connell Street has been selected for a new €6 million pedestrian and cyclist bridge ac(...)

Skellig Michael off the coast of Co Kerry. Photograph: Getty

The opening of Skellig Michael to visitors this year has been deferred due to recent bad weather and sea conditions off the southwest coast. It was (...)

Powerscourt House will be a topic in the forthcoming conference at Maynooth University

“How American plutocratic agents scoured Irish country houses like vultures around decaying carcasses in the 1920s” and “How important Irish art colle(...)

An image of Parnell Square “cultural quarter” in Dublin .The project  is expected to cost about €110m

An Bord Pleanála has approved plans for the redevelopment of Parnell Square as a “cultural quarter” for Dublin, with a new city library, public plaza,(...)

The OPW wants to capitalise on the park’s existing attractions, such as Dublin Zoo, the Ashtown Demense and the Magazine Fort, along with developing new facilities to attract more visitors and improve access. Photograph: Pat Langan

Dublin’s Phoenix Park is facing its most significant change in decades, with plans for new visitor attractions including a funicular, a driverless shu(...)

The OPW is working with tourism officials and Dublin City Council to identify public buildings in the city that could be used to host gala dinners for big international conferences. Photograph: iStock

The Office of Public Works (OPW) is working with tourism officials and Dublin City Council to identify public buildings in the city, such as museums, (...)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg leaving The Merrion Hotel in Dublin

Exchequer returns show the State with a deficit of €966 million for the three months to March 31st, 14.2 per cent less than the shortfall it recorded (...)

Linders Group is developing the Distillers Building, which fronts on to Smithfield Luas stop and Smithfield Square

The Office of Public Works (OPW), the public body that is responsible for the ownership and stewardship of much of the State’s property portfolio, has(...)

 The Department of Health’s controversial move to new offices in Miesian Plaza  resulted in “ineffective expenditure”. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy / The Irish Times

The Department of Health’s controversial move to new offices resulted in “ineffective expenditure” and “overpayments” of €21 million, the Dáil’s Publi(...)

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